Belgian grindcore act LENG TCH'E is putting the finishing touches on the songwriting process for its new album. The band states: "Pre-production will start in February and hopefully we can finish our next masterpiece of brutally grooving grindcore by summertime. Which means we'll bring this retarded circus back on the road in late 2013."
2012 marked the tenth anniversary of the release of LENG TCH'E's debut album, "Death By A Thousand Cuts".
LENG TCH'E's latest album, "Hypomanic", was released in Europe in May 2010 and in North America in June 2010 via Season Of Mist. The CD was recorded at Parlour Studio in Kettering, United Kingdom with producer Russ Russell (NAPALM DEATH, DIMMU BORGIR, EVILE).
LENG TCH'E last year parted ways with drummer Tony Van den Eynde and replaced him with Olivier Coppens.
The band's "A.men" video can be seen below. The live footage was shot at the Obscene Extreme festival in the Czech Republic, filmed by 2guys1tv and edited by Nicolas M.
LENG TCH'E in 2008 split with vocalist Boris Cornelissen and replaced him with Serge Kasongo from southern Belgian band ACKROS.
Photo credit: Piet Goethals
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